WATCH Sarah Palin’s fantastic keynote address to end #CPAC2014



In true fashion, Sarah Palin brought the house down in her keynote address to end #CPAC2014 and you can watch the full speech below:

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Kathi Zelenik
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Kathi Zelenik

fantastic
adjective
1.
imaginative or fanciful; remote from reality.

If this was the definition of fantastic you were using, I’d have to agree. Why on earth would we want to start a nuclear war with Russia? Did we not spend years trying to prevent that very catastrophe? Does she have even an inkling of what would happen to our world? This is not a sign of good leadership, this is a sign of mental illness; and the indication that many in the room agreed with her is scary beyond belief.

melloe
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melloe

Fantastic? Painful to listen to…

earnest.roberts
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earnest.roberts

God sends a weakling leader to a nation that is under judgement.. knowing this, we must seek and pray for a strong leader and return our nation to greatness!

Lippenheimer
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Lippenheimer

Nobody serves up a thick juicy steak like Sarah Palin. What a leader!

stage9
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stage9

Rick and Sarah followed by Ted.

LOL! awesome.

BROC
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BROC

Sarah Palin Via Facebook Today:

https://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin

Thank you so much to every one who joined us yesterday in D.C. It was wonderful meeting so many energized folks at CPAC and many wonderful staff members. Keep the faith and work hard to make a difference! Sincere thanks to the NRA and ACU and all other event organizers who made the conference possible. God bless, and when we meet again next year, let’s have an historic election victory to celebrate!

– Sarah Palin

BROC
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BROC
Laurel
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Laurel

Excellent.

get help
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get help

Found this on fb but video will not play. logged in copy pasted link. won’t load shows already played blue line to end. probably USA censors realize her voice is powerful. please list a new link or a transcript, thanks! Also your comment section does not permit android phones to copy n paste.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

The speech is on youtube, and it works, so it’s as available as any video can possibly be. Try clicking the “Watch On Youtube” button (looks like the youtube logo, lower right).

Android copy/paste is poorly implemented. I can only get it to work reliably with single words. That’s not a Disqus problem, it’s an Android problem.

Charles Hurst
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Charles Hurst

Why has the GOP lost the last two elections? Because they tried to play the middle and then went left anyway. If they want to win in 2016 then they need to put a Patriot forward, stop worrying about what La Raz has to say, reduce the deficit, act like the adults in the room and start saying out loud that it isn’t up to the producer to support the non producer. Because if they aren’t willing to say that and back it up then they might as well be Democrats. And we might as well stay home in 2016 or vote third party. I’ve been told I shouldn’t vote Tea Party because I’m giving my vote away. I should vote for the lesser of two evils. No. That is done. Because if the vehicle of America goes off the cliff it doesn’t really matter who is at the wheel.… Read more »

maggiegirl
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maggiegirl

OK, so here’s a question for you. If the nominee isn’t a so-called “Conservative,” but a moderate Republican, would you vote for the nominee in the General, or sit home and watch Hillary win?

K-Bob
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K-Bob

False dichotomy, there.

Bill589
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Bill589

I’ll vote for the progressive Dem over the progressive GOP. At least the Dems don’t lie about being progressive. Me vote for Hillary before Jeb? – Yes. It may be the only way to weaken the GOP enough for ‘The People’ to take over and have a party truly representing us. The war is ‘DC vs The People’ , and not ‘R vs D’.

But if there is anybody in a third party that was good, I’d vote for them. No more ‘lesser evils’.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

If I ever vote for a Dem again it will be a very different animal.
I won’t vote at all if it’s a choice between clinton and jeb or similar. Just hunker down and keep my powder dry…and wait.

Charles Hurst
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Charles Hurst

It depends on the candidate. If they give me McCain or Jeb Bush I’m voting third party. Because it is the same corruption. The one and only point the liberal has is Bush had the entire House and Senate for years. Did illegal immigration get addressed? No. How about those bailouts? Bush started that. And the great Patriot Act while our border was open. So if the GOP is going to keep putting up traitors I am going to prepare for collapse. Because it will happen under establishment GOP just as much as Clinton. But I understand your point. There really isn’t a good outcome here–we may be too far gone

Charles Hurst. Author of THE SECOND FALL . An offbeat story of Armageddon. And creator of THE RUNNINGWOLF EZINE

sootsme
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sootsme

Tweedle Dum vs. Tweedle Dee. Enough, already. As always, follow the money. Stop electing incumbents, for the most part, and realize that all politics is local, and elect local folks who you know are honest, productive, responsible; in short, role models. Anything else, and we’re over, but good…

Gigi0f4grands
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Gigi0f4grands

I will always vote because that is the only way I have a voice. I will always vote Republican even if it is the lesser of two evils. Sitting out is not an option. Do you see how far left we have gone since we have the current pre$y. Please, vote for a republican. My grandchildren can not afford another democrat. We can fix the republican party, but we can not fix stupid!!! Chose your battles and stay the course. Do not battle within the party, but rather turn your battle toward the enemy. That would be the democrats and those progressives within the party. Use your words, not your vote!
PS-I loved her speech…what a gal! And what a patriot!!!

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

They cannot afford another moderate RINO either, if I may say so.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Excellent commentary. Supporting liars posing as an alternative is destroying the Nation!

Charles Hurst
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Charles Hurst

Palin may not be the perfect candidate. But you could have a conversation with her about disagreement. And we know she isn’t a traitor. Most of the members of the GOP are.The GOP is going to lose again in 2016 unless they come to Patriotism and conservatism. They have done neither. The only difference between the GOP and the Democrats is the GOP doesn’t say stupid things out loud like Pelosi. Then they quietly vote treason. So what’s the difference with the debt if they are in or the Democrats? Nothing. What’s the difference with illegal immigration? Nothing. Entitlements? Nothing. I was on the first and original Minuteman Project in 2005. Guess who called us a bunch of vigilantes. Bush. That’s when I lost faith in GOP. You want Hillary to win? Keep voting treason. Keep attacking Cruz. Don’t tell me out there how the best course of action is… Read more »

sootsme
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sootsme

Charles, your heart is in a nice place. That said, you’re dreaming, and will awake to a severely kicked booty. The only thing these clowns will recognize is elective retirement, or more likely, tar and feathers. Mark my words…

PVG
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PVG

Bravo, Amen, and Hallelujah!

froggy19510
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froggy19510

“Si mi pueblo, que lleva mi nombre, se humilla, orando y buscando mi rostro y se convirtieren de sus malos caminos, entonces yo oiré desde los cielos, y perdonaré sus pecados, y sanaré su tierra.”

Sólo Dios puede salvar a América! Si usted es un cristiano orar un minuto al día para Estados Unidos y nuestros líderes. Dios nos salvará! Vamos a empezar una revolución cristiana!

Gary Dickson
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Gary Dickson

Cuidado, mi hermano. Hay demasiadas personas que vendrán a confiar en Jesús para su Mesías si continúa de esa manera!

froggy19510
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froggy19510

Bueno! Entonces Estados Unidos sería el país justo y moral que estaba destinado a ser.

olman Acuna
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olman Acuna

what a bunch of loonys

Hoschi0913
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Hoschi0913

because ?

twmon9816
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twmon9816

What? You got family over?

Conserve 58
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Conserve 58

It’s good of you to finally admit that about liberals and progressives.

K-Bob
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K-Bob
David Foran
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David Foran

At 47 seconds in, Chris Cox mentions he likes how Sarah Palin rolls up her sleeves. But pay close attention to his non-verbal communications and tell me what he really likes rolling up. Hahaha. A CPAC poll revealed that only 1/3rd of attendees thought pot should be illegal. While 2/3rds thought it should be legalized for either “medicinal” or recreational purposes. Of those that thought it should be legalized, twice as many thought recreational was fine than those who thought medicinal only.

twmon9816
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twmon9816

Go have another doobie then doper.

Conserve 58
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Conserve 58

Although I am a conservative, I find the idea that legalizing pot is such a horrible idea to be based on ignorance. First and foremost, pot smoking will never go away. Second, the war on drugs is a complete failure on several levels. With the amount of money we have spent on the war on drugs we could have found a cure for cancer, eliminated poverty, paid down our national debt and had enough to pay for White House tours. Why are we continuing this foolish charade? How is pot use any more detrimental than alcohol use? Ask any police officer if they would rather deal with a pot head or a drunk and I can assure you that they would say, the pot head because pot heads almost always are non aggressive while under the influence. I don’t need to insult your intelligence by describing the negative cause and… Read more »

Laurel
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Laurel

And I find those advocating legalizing it a horrible idea truly based in ignorance.

And apparently you have never ever been around pot heads.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

A drunk driver is still afraid of driving off a cliff, he just has very poor reflexes and judgement to keep from doing it. A pothead driver might just believe he can fly the car down for a shortcut…

Bill589
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Bill589

People high on pot typically drive too slow. They can even be paranoid – the opposite of the typical effects of alcohol. Still, slower reflexes and impaired judgement with both – one shouldn’t drive high or drunk.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

Very true. My own experience, however, tells me that pot is much more dangerous than alcohol. There is a sense of altered reality. In my case, time stretched out and the thought of running into cars coming the opposite way was funny, never mind I was in the car. (It was mostly second hand smoke from college acquaintences)

Bill589
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Bill589

I know. It must have been ‘high proof’ stuff. I believe you know that not all people that smoke pot or drink alcohol are ‘potheads’ or ‘drunks’. But I know it’s bad when anyone becomes dependent on a substance that likely is ruining their lives. My typical ‘pot related point’ besides that it’s illegality at the DC level is unconstitutional, is that the law mimics what happened when they made alcohol illegal. We’re spending a lot of money, and we lost privacy rights, and it’s still available all around us. For kids, parents first, and then personal responsibility when the kids are older, is the only thing I’ve seen stop someone from becoming a ‘drunk’ or a ‘pothead’. DC government is too intrusive on my life already. I teach my children about alcohol, pot, nicotine, etc. – I want DC to follow the law expressly written for them: The Constitution.… Read more »

famouswolf
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famouswolf

Hey, you know we are about 90% alike in our views. And I see your points and don’t disagree. BUT. The stuff is more likely to cause tragedy than alcohol. It’s simply putting more people in danger the more available it is. (No, I doubt it could be much more available). Just sayin’.

Bill589
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Bill589

In my life, everybody seemed to get off the pot habit as they grew into adults. (I know not everybody does this, but this is in my sphere of friends). Many, to this day, might smoke it occasionally, most of them only once every year or two as an occasion arises, and I don’t see a problem with that. Most of the people who had an alcohol habit also grew away from it as adults. But a couple went through rough times first. Both beat the addiction, one with AA’s help. Two people died from alcohol/stupidity. I loved them both dearly. One drove at high speed into a huge oak tree, on a motorcycle, without a helmet. The other was ‘between homes’ (homeless), and while drunk on cheap wine, fell asleep in some slush on the side of the road a few winters ago. Most of the people who had… Read more »

famouswolf
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famouswolf

I said I don’t disagree. The flip side of that is that I don’t agree completely. Laurel is correct in saying that we need some rules and parameters. The trick is finding the right balance between rules and freedom. I want the fewest rules possible, but some are necessary to hold the social contract, ie civilization, together. I feel that legalized pot is not a good idea. I just do. I can’t and won’t support it any more than I will, say, gay marriage. Not to protect the people from themselves or legislate morality or anything like that but to protect the culture. And keep the cultural matrix that allows the maximum amount of freedom. I feel, as does Laurel I think, that legalized pot (like gay ‘marriage’ and other libertarian and liberal ideas) will simply erode that matrix and grow into worse problems.

Bill589
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Bill589

I agree with you, and Laura, on possibly all of your comments about all other things, but I want you to understand – I’m also saying I prefer a hit of pot over a beer, and I want this liberty. If it’s ‘morally wrong’ to occasionally have a hit of pot with friends, then it is ‘morally wrong’ to occasionally share beers with friends. Both are drugs. For me, both are barely once a year, and I think neither are morally wrong. In 1933, with the ‘Dry’ vs the ‘Wet’, the Dry predicted the demise of society if alcohol was made legal. ‘Pubs in every town!’ That and other things they said sound exactly like the arguments against pot. May the Lord correct me if I’m wrong. As it says somewhere in the Bible – ‘Pray for wisdom if you want it.’ I do. Right now, I don’t want to… Read more »

famouswolf
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famouswolf

I’m not 100% sure either. My feelings are based mostly on my experience. Laurel probably is.
I don’t want to argue about it either. In the present scheme of things it’s pretty minor league.
No harm, no foul.
As a point of amusement, some of those acquaintances I mentioned accused me of being a narc(otics agent) because I wouldn’t join in after that frightful car ride. I still laugh about that one.

Laurel
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Laurel

Not around here they don’t. You are using stereotype as fact and regardless too slow can also be a danger.
So far all the arguments for pot legalization amount to moral relativism, moral equivalence, and selfishness.

Bill589
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Bill589

I prepare my kids for the evils of the world. They will be there, no matter how much debt we hand them from making pot illegal, and how many less rights they have from making it illegal, and how much bigger, stronger, and more intrusive into our lives DC is. . . .

I choose personal responsibility because I choose liberty.

Laurel
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Laurel

You keep telling yourself that and pat yourself on the back as you hide behind the term ‘liberty’ while giving approval to remove liberty through addiction and add to the cost of government through law enforcement, rehab and the overall breakdown of society.
You think you are granting freedom but as society breaks down you will find true government interference via the law.

Bill589
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Bill589

I totally disagree. Don’t tread on me. And I’m not saying pot is better than alcohol or nicotine, but I am saying DC has no right to tell me what I can put into my body. It is against the law for them to do so because it is unconstitutional.

Read 1933 history about alcohol being illegal. The ‘Wet’ vs the ‘Dry’. The Dry predicted that making alcohol legal would lead to liquor stores and pubs in every town, drunks walking the streets, and a deterioration of society.

Just like some people do now about pot.

Laurel
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Laurel

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I love how people equate pot with alcohol because moral equivalence is such a good argument.

Let’s face it, you just aren’t a big picture kind of thinker.

It doesn’t take much prediction with pot. See California and all of the predictions there that have come true. Colorado is those predictions on steroids.

Bill589
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Bill589

I knew some. Some drunks too. But I don’t need to pay lots of money, and lose more privacy rights, for the government to keep alcohol or pot away from me. Personal responsibility.

Laurel
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Laurel

What a cop out and pure bs. When you live in a civilized society you consent to a certain amount of governance or laws agreed upon by society. Pedophiles use the same ‘right to privacy’ garbage and ‘loss of liberty’ as well. So do numerous others in pursuit of bad behavior. It’s pseudo intellectualism born of moral relativism.
And what of the personal responsibility we have to keep children safe so they can grow up and develop? You must of missed the two eight year olds and one nine year old busted, replete with pipes, in school bathroom in Sonora. You must of missed completely the stats of pot use sky rocketing among children in California and Colorado. I’m assuming you missed because I don’t want to presume someone to be so callous and indifferent to the future leaders and producers of society and civilization.

Bill589
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Bill589

No cop out. Just no big government unconstitutionally telling me I can’t have a beer or a joint. Liberty comes with personal responsibility, and I’ll take that.

When Alcohol was illegal, it was still around. It still hurt people, making some addicted and drunks. But all the added violence from it’s illegality, all the money spent to keep it illegal, all the privacy rights lost, and we still could get alcohol whenever we wanted.

It is exactly the same with pot. DC is already too big, powerful, intrusive into our lives, and expensive. I’ll keep my kids off of nicotine, alcohol, pot, and anything else – thank you. And I’ll give my kids more liberty, less debt, and therefore better chance at prosperity while doing so.

Laurel
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Laurel

That’s a cop out. And while you keep your kids off of it, if you think you can, those that don’t will make certain your kids will feel the effects of that at all levels of life including loss of life which is a loss of liberty in of itself since you went there.
And while you are having that beer, joint, or whatever can you guarantee unequivocally without a doubt you will keep it confined strictly inside your home? Nope you can’t. As you pointed out DC has made enough problems but instead of solving them you prefer to add to them and kill any hope of solving them as we give permission for the youth to kill their brain cells.
It’s not liberty for everyone when I have to pay for drug abuse at every level of life, including entitlements, crime, insurance rates, and overall dumbed down unproductive society.

Dutch
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Dutch

I missed that when he referenced Kelly Ayotte as a “leader”.

Laurel
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Laurel

Because CPAC has been flooded the last few years with liberaltarians.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

Not to mention the questionable conservative credentials of some of the people that run it.

RonaldusMagnus
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RonaldusMagnus

Good job Governor. There’s gonna be some field dressing come November ’14. TEA Rules! Freedom.

Michael Gunslinger
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Michael Gunslinger

The reason we love Sarah, is because she is a true AMERiCAN.

Guest
Guest
Guest

The reason we love Sarah is simple. SHE iS An AmERicAn.

Amjean
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Amjean

I think this is Palin’s best speech ever! And her best delivery. I can’t wait
to see who is on her “Palin endorsed” list for 2014.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

You know, I think I have to agree with that.

Speaking of delivery, they actually got most of “the show” part of CPAC right this year.

I remember back when Romney delivered his first CPAC speech. It was in an echo-y room that looked like it had a bare concrete floor with lots of those long, school-style folding tables. There wasn’t really much of a stage. It was like Band Camp or something.

But someone got the EQ settings mostly correct for Sarah’s speaking style. Plus the mics were good ones.

Amjean
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Amjean

I thought her voice sounded great and her clothing wasn’t
a distraction. She looked very elegant without looking
political or business oriented in a suit. A+ in my book.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

My attire is never distracting. I stick with gym shorts, cowboy boots, a white tee shirt, and a feedstore cap.

Of course, I wouldn’t speak at CPAC without a coffee cup of single malt on the podium. Or a can of beer. I can go either way.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

LOL You sound like my best buddy from college. Feed store cap, scruffy blue jeans, Keds, Queen (or other hard rock) tee shirt, scruffy beard, sunglasses.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

Heh. In my case it comes from working in the back country in my youth, then going to college in a very rural setting. When I lived in Michigan, I found out that there’s a lot of guys like Ted Nugent there. I felt right at home.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

We were in upper East Tennessee, about ten miles south of the Virginia state line. East Tennessee State Univ.
That’s similar too, I reckon. Too bad you didn’t get to run with us in Wayne’s supercharged Dodge Charger, go out shooting in the Cherokee National Forest and get into all sorts of mischief…good days.
We even went to classes sometimes. Had a lot in common…we first ran into each other in Military Geography 101…oh yeah.
Still my best friend.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

Pretty dang similar! I miss the age of muscle cars. Good thing we still have trucks.

Longiron
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Longiron

So Far RINOS 1, SP O. She endorsed the person whom ran against Sessions in TX and she got creamed. Hope this is not an indicator of things to come ?? How can TxASS have elected Ted Cruz and re elect RINOS Cornyn and Sessions ????? Cronyn really hurt as this plays out because the whole leadership of the Senate would have changed if McConnell is taken out and it looks like Bevin or the DEM will do it. No change at all if Cronyn is the majority leader and McCain will be his right hand man ???? Not Good. Thank U TxASS.

Amjean
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Amjean

If one is a conservative it is good to remember that not all republicans think the same way you or I do. That is what makes this country great, differences of opinion.
What we need is a leader who unites us, not divides us
as is going on now.
The Tea Party as a movement is young and is going to
make mistakes, learn as they grow and ultimately make
a huge difference.
Personally, I am disappointed in Marco Rubio and Kelly
Ayotte who actually won their races.
Its not always going to go the way you or I think it should.

Longiron
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Longiron

The TP movement is great but has no organization, structure, elected leaders or leadership. Without that they will never be effective. No movement or organization can survive without some sense of organization. Sadly the TP movement has been taken over by political hijackers whom are self appointed leaders making a fortune off the donations. Case in point Freedom Works. The self appointed leader Matt Kibbe pulling down 500K+ all he can steal. Think he wants a ORGANIZATION. Same with TP Patriots and others. It is a shame the political hijackers has taken over a great movement and has produced very little results except for their own benefit. However, this is what happens with a lot of money floating around and no organization or structure in place with anything.

Amjean
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Amjean

I agree. That is the nature of the beast. Evil exists everywhere and is even more prevalent where good is trying to gain ground.

However, aside from those trying to make political or financial “hay” from the Tea Party movement, let us not forget that the movement itself is made up of millions of Americans who are fed up with their government.

The success of the Tea Party movement will be with these voters.

nc checks and balances
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nc checks and balances

Wise words. Too often people get revved up about one politician or another, then come crashing down when they find out they are not “perfect.” We need leaders who can form coalitions WITHIN our party – not with the Dems. This means no more trashing of our own side. Can we at least learn that much?

That said, those politicians that seem to care more about appeasing the Dems or the media (but I repeat myself) than working with other Repubs, MUST GO.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

That was a very long shot and Pierson will be back. Palin has the courage to back people for the right reasons not because they are sure winners.

1vote
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1vote

This one continues to separate from the pack. No doubt in my mind where she belongs.
Special speech for a specific time and place. Lots of work went into that presentation contrary to the vast majority that just trotted out the same-o.
The country owes this woman a great debt especially for the few sane voices in Washington – and she is not done yet.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

After that harrowing analysis, I conclude that The Mama Grizzly In Chief is a major fan of Ted Cruz.

Vaya con Dios, Senator Cruz!

K-Bob
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K-Bob

The top ten biggest applause points (according to my special, high-tech, scientific setup with knobs, dials, and a wavy thing nobody understands) were:

#10 – Ben Carson
#9 – College Republicans
#8 – If the boys aren’t up to it, Conservative Women will lead the way
#7 – Good Guy with a nuke.
#6 – Beltway Boys (You didn’t build that!)
#5 – Littlest Sisters
#4 – Our Buddy Phil (Roberts)
#3 – Green Eggs and Ham, Mama Grizzly style
#2 – Ted Cruz (Thank you Texas!)
#1 – Who could have seen this coming?

By the way, there were many loud and lengthy applause points. These were among the loudest and longest, though. Feel free to post any changes or disagreements.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

And now for a different take on the speech. I present to you The Complete List of names and entities that were mentioned in Sarah Palin’s speech at CPAC this year. Here they are, in order of appearance: 1) CPAC (thank you!) 2) College Republicans 3) Independents and Libertarians 4) Members of the Military 5) Veterans 6) Reagan 7) Ben Carson 8) Friedman, Reagan, Thatcher (Giants!) 9) Ted Cruz (special mention, “thank you, Texas!”) 10) The Cruz Filibuster described (several minutes, leading into          the Green Eggs and Ham thingy) — 10.1) Palin’s five kids — 10.2) Trig! 11) “Ted Cruz, and Mike Lee, and Paul, and Gowdy, and Gosar,       and Gomert, etcetera” (‘We’ve got some good guys!’) 13) The Common Sense Gene (Those good guys have it) 13) The Choom Gang (unflattering mention) 14) Clingers and Wingers 15) The GOP establishment (criticism of whom left… Read more »

Vanhalo
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Vanhalo

Did you mention Hat Tip to Mark Levin? I think he is a major part in all of this. He certainly has my ear. I would love to meet both of them.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

Good call! I missed that, even though I heard it both times I listened. I probly missed a few others.

Art Telles
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Art Telles

Excellent…

This is an excellent list, K-Bob.

When I post on other forums my earlier TRS transcription of Sarah’s Green Eggs and Ham “I do not like … nope, nope, nope” rhyme, I will add your list to it.

Since it is your list, K-Bob, maybe you can put it on your Article V convention of states blog under a special heading like “Interesting Stuff To Read” so people can link to your list AND to your convention of states blog ’cause Article V is an Article whose time has come to protect and defend and reform America from an America transformed into a collectivist national health care commune BACK to a FREE republic of independent individuals.

Well, that’s my independent Amendment 1 speech.

Art
OriginalBirtherDocument blog spot com

K-Bob
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K-Bob

I might do that Art. I can clean it up while I’m at it.

It’s an interesting way to re-cap the speech, though. I realized after I did it it was like hearing the entire speech in condensed form. It was cool, even if I do say so my own self.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

Oh. My. God.
And you don’t even realize how much substance is there until you think about it.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Indeed, I watched it a second time and the depth and breadth of the issue areas covered is amazing. All done with style and wit.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Well done.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

It was scary. All those giants!

Lovelives
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Lovelives

I would like to thank Right Scoop for posting the entire CPac event on their website.

nc checks and balances
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nc checks and balances

Amen!

nibblesyble
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nibblesyble

Me too…Thanks Scoop you are the best!

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Me too!

ernst1776
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ernst1776

Inspiring as usual!

colliemum
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colliemum

Sarah is getting better and better at telling hard truths with a smile.

Once more, for good measure: With Madame President Sarah Palin at the helm, so many horrible things wouldn’t have happened in these last years.
There’s no other politician who credibly can speak with a soft voice while carrying a big stick, none, except Sarah.

Oh – and is there any other politician who will make you smile with gladness, from the moment she walks on stage to the moment she walks off?
God keep her safe – the world needs her!

wodiej
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wodiej

“Treasure, that is what you are. You’re our shining star!” Love you Sarah and God bless you! Wonderful listening to her. She’s beautiful, unique and smart. I really wish she would run with Ted Cruz in 2016.

John_Frank
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John_Frank

Excellent speech by Palin. Entertaining, inspiring and thoughtful with quite a few memorable lines.

Thank you RS for posting the video so quickly.

FWIIW, IMHO the most important part of the speech came near the end when she spoke to the women in the audience and watching her speech at home.

Very powerful. Set out a clear path for constitutionalists, etc. to overcome the gender gap that hurt Republicans in 2012.

Lush Rimbaugh
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Lush Rimbaugh

She nailed it.

PFFV
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PFFV

Let conservatism run its natural course! Cruz control! Ted is the man right now! Sarah is my Hero!

nc checks and balances
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nc checks and balances

Sarah just seems to get stronger and stronger every time she gives one of these “big” speeches. Just fabulous!

Rachel
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Rachel

She’s wonderful. I’ll never forgive the leftwing press and Democrats for so viciously trying to destroy her, because they felt SO threatened by her. I’ve been to 2 of her speeches. She’s fantastic…and there was NO teleprompter.

Lush Rimbaugh
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Lush Rimbaugh

Don’t forget the progressive nut jobs on Team McCain.

PhillyCon
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PhillyCon

Ain’t that the truth.

Dick_Parker
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Dick_Parker

.Wow!……Just Wow! Nobody does it Better This lady is running in 2016!! As soon as she gets her ducks in a row in 2014! Book It!
Thank God for this lady

down_with_BongHit_Barry
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down_with_BongHit_Barry

She knocked it out of the park. Lib/prog/lefty heads would be exploding all over the country…………..if any of them had the stones to listen to her.

Art Telles
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Art Telles

Sarah’s Tip-of-the-Spear Rhyme… At 11min. 50Sec. – After commenting on the attacks by members of his own political party on Sen. Cruz and his wake-up filibuster against, these are my editorial words, putative President Obama’s I-I-I-OCCUPY-America to transform it into a national health care commune, Sarah referenced those Republicans who “… joined the lame-stream to trash the foot soldiers who fought for America” (audience applause), Sarah said that one of the “foot soldiers” was Sen. Cruz. “Ted Cruz, he had a clever way of doing it, too. “Dr. Seuss. “Whoda thunk? (applause) “Whoda thunk? (a male audience member says “read to us”) (applause) “Yeah, good idea, maybe I’ll just ad-lib something. “Yeah, I’m sure. “But, there he was. “Reading it on the floor of the Senate, and, through air waves, he was telling his kids “I’m thinking of you.” “Thinking of all our kids. “And, I have five kids. “I… Read more »

K-Bob
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K-Bob

Well done, Art!

John Queue
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John Queue

she is truly phenomenal. The Country is ready for her…This is her time and I pray she accepts what I feel may just be her purpose here on earth. God bless and protect you, Sarah…

Tread7
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Tread7

Excellent !!!!

heypaisano
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heypaisano

Today it was written that she is not running for Presidentin 2016, but after seeing this, the only thing that comes to mind

” Stump Speech”

The coming months are going to be fun to watch as her speeches take hold and the doubting thomases become believers.

Sarah is the only person that has the ” It factor” that can win everyone over. All the others just don’t have it they have to force that magnetism that come so natural to Sarah.

ryanomaniac
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ryanomaniac

Sarah the Great!

toongoon
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toongoon

She just reaffirmed what I have felt about her from beginning, and increased seven fold. Wow.

patriot077
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patriot077

This is a gift. Plain spoken truth set to humor. The leftist heads will explode. smile
A good one to watch when inspiration and motivation are running on low …

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